DZXL

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DZXL (Radyo Trabaho)
DZXL 558 Radyo Trabaho Logo.png
City Makati
Broadcast area Mega Manila and surrounding areas
Frequency 558 kHz
BrandingDZXL 558 Radyo Trabaho
Slogan Tatak RMN
Ang inyong gabay sa hanapbuhay.
Programming
Language(s) Filipino
Format News, Public Affairs, Talk
NetworkRadyo Mo Nationwide
Ownership
Owner Radio Mindanao Network
93.9 iFM
History
First air date
1963 (1963)
Former call signs
DZHP (1963-1975)
DWXL (1975-1987)
Former frequencies
1130 kHz (1963-1978)
Call sign meaning
EXtra Large (former branding)
Technical information
Licensing authority
NTC
Power 40,000 watts
Links
Webcast Listen Live via eRadioPortal
Watch Live
Website RMN Manila

DZXL (558 AM) Radyo Trabaho is a radio station owned and operated by the Radio Mindanao Network. The station's studio is located at the 4th Floor, Guadalupe Commercial Complex, EDSA corner P. Burgos St., Brgy. Guadalupe Nuevo, Makati, while its transmitter is located along Bagumbayan St., Brgy. Taliptip, Bulakan, Bulacan, sharing facilities with Veritas 846. DZXL was formerly known as Radyo Primero, Ang Radyo Natin, Radyo Agong, 558 RMN News Manila and RMN Manila. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]

Logo of RMN from 2014 to 2019 DZXL 558 logo.png
Logo of RMN from 2014 to 2019

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